Sat., October 20 at 10 p.m. ET
Sun., October 21 at 4 a.m. ET
Mon., October 22 at 3 a.m. ET

Anthrax has come to America and the nation's anxiety level is on the rise.

From Florida, to New York to Washington, D.C. the anthrax scare is spreading.  We've heard a lot about where it is, but what is anthrax and what can it do?

What are the symptoms?

How long can the spores live?

Who should take antibiotics?

Is there a vaccine?

Are the scares in Florida and New York just a preview of bigger attacks to come?

This weekend, join host Jon Scott, as Fox News answers your questions. We gathered as many as we can and we'll put them to oncologist and immunologist Dr. Charles Simone, M.D., of the Simone Protective Cancer Institute.

Anthrax is not contagious. But fear is. And the only way to beat that fear is with information. Information we'll give you this weekend in Anthrax: What do We Know?